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Final Assistant Referee Training

Referees, Coaches, Team Parents, Volunteers and even U14/U19 players are encouraged to attend the final assistant referee training. Anyone who wants to learn the Laws of the game is welcome to attend and will not be pressured into refereeing games if they have no intention of doing so. To be a referee, however, training is mandatory. Training assists referees in making practical application of the principles learned online or in the classroom. Region 1258 is hosting a final assistant referee training as follows:

Assistant RefereeClassSat., March 29, 20159:00am-12:30pmSummerlin Hospital Room 1B

Prospective Referees: Please bring the following items to the training session: (1) your Driver's License No. and (2) a completed Volunteer Application. Step-by-step instructions on how to register as a volunteer and print out your completed Volunteer Application can be found by clicking HERE.

For more information regarding prerequisites, please click HERE. Should you have any questions regarding the training schedule, please contact our Region Referee Administrator at refereeadmin@lvsoccer.org.
Executive Board Nominations 2015-2016

Region 1258 is seeking the help of those in our community who exhibit leadership, drive, enthusiasm and a general love for the beautiful game to volunteer as members of its Executive Board. The following positions are open and available to any person looking to become involved with the organization that feels they are qualified and have the time (average 10-20 hours per month) to donate to our community: Any qualified individual interested in participating on the Executive Board should submit a brief, written statement to nominations@lvsoccer.org on or before April 6, 2015. In the statement, please include the following information: (1) the nominee’s name, (2) the nominee’s AYSO ID No., (3) the nominee's previous experience volunteering with AYSO, if any, and (4) any other compelling reasons why the nomination should be accepted.

A committee has been formed to review all nominations. Once the nomination process is completed on April 6, 2015, the Executive Board will be elected at the Region’s Annual Elections on April 14, 2015 and training for the new Executive Board will commence immediately thereafter. We look forward to working with you in helping to provide a world-class soccer experience for families in our community!
Training Schedules (Spring 2015)

Click HERE to see the practice schedule for Crossings Park.

Click HERE to see the practice schedule for Community Park.

Click HERE to see the practice schedule for Spotted Leaf Park.
Registration is currently:


All divisions are closed for registration. If your child was placed on a waiting list prior to February 27, 2015 and a space becomes open, you will be contacted by the division coordinator. Please note that a player is not registered until all online forms are completed and payment is received.

Through soccer, Madeline has learned many valuable lessons including teamwork, sportsmanship and dedication. Lessons she will take with her for the rest of her life.

I can't say enough nice things about the dedicated coaching staff who even with 8-9 other girls on the team, found a way to make our daughter feel special and nurtured her as an individual to bring out the best of her natural abilities.

Through AYSO our entire family has made life long friends and countless wonderful memories.
Kathleen T.
AYSO has been a great experience for my family. It's so much fun watching my 7 year old daughter enjoy, grow, and develop her soccer skills. My participation as a volunteer coach makes the experience even more rewarding, for both my daughter and myself. Volunteering brings the community together in a meaningful and rewarding way! I highly recommend participating and volunteering in AYSO to all my friends and neighbors, it's an experience that will give your familly a lifetime of great memories!
Victor S.
The other day my daughter commented that she wished she had soccer practice every night. I asked her, don't you think you would get sick of it? She said no way!! I get to run around with my friends and have fun. What's there to get sick of?

We love AYSO and the opportunities it affords our kids to grow both physically and socially.
Teresa L.
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